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Ryan: Trump Has 'Way to Go' For Campaign 'We Can Be Proud Of'

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By    |   Thursday, 09 Jun 2016 02:10 PM

Donald Trump still has a "long way to go" in his campaign for the presidency, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday, and he continues to believe that the GOP presumptive nominee's comments on U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel can't be justified.

"There was no justifying those comments and I was clear about that," Ryan told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell during a brief interview at the Council on Foreign Relations, where she was speaking with Ryan, House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul, Rep. Bob Goodlatte, and other leaders about the House Republicans' homeland security agenda.

Further, Ryan, who only recently endorsed Trump, said that Trump still has a "way to go to give us campaign that we can be proud of."

Mitchell, calling in the interview to her "Andrea Mitchell Reports" program, commented that while at the Council for Foreign relations, she spoke with several House committee chairs who are "counting on the fact that Donald Trump will have good advisors."

"They are unrolling today the Republican platform on national security and homeland security that in many ways at odds of what Donald Trump has said when he talked about nuclear weapons to North and South Korea," Mitchell reported.

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Donald Trump still has a "long way to go" in his campaign for the presidency, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday, and he continues to believe that the GOP presumptive nominee's comments on U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel can't be justified.
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